Stylish beach resort on Floridas Space Coast
Located on the small Florida island of Cocoa Beach, the International Palms Resort Cocoa Beach (sometimes known as the International Palms Resort and Convention Center Cocoa Beach) offers a relaxing and refreshing Florida accommodation option.
The 3-star establishment enjoys a certain amount of privacy and seclusion, yet still offers its guests the opportunity to easily connect with many of Central Floridas favored attractions, including the Kennedy Space Station at Cape Canaveral, which can be found just a few miles away.
The property consists of 500 rooms, of which 119 are luxury suites, each with air-conditioning and a private bathroom. In-room facilities include cable television, ironing amenities, tea and coffee making facilities, work desk with adjustable lamp, telephone with voicemail capabilities, and hairdryer. Microwaves and refrigerators are available by request.
As well as hotel rooms and suites, the resort also features a number of villas, which are ideal for larger groups or those planning an extended break, be it for business, honeymoon, or any other reason.
A 24-hour business center is suitable for those in Brevard County on work. The center includes services such as printing and copying. Same day dry cleaning is also available.
The International Palms Resort Cocoa Beach also offers 13,000 square feet of convention center space. This includes 11 meeting rooms that can accommodate everything from a one-to-one interview to a full-on convention or banquet. These rooms feature the latest in business amenities.
Recreational guests may prefer to visit the oversized resort pool, which is accompanied by a whirlpool and plenty of bathing space. Splash at the Pool offers poolside snacks and drinks for those enjoying the Florida sunshine. Other dining options within the resort include Mambos Beachside Bar and Grill, the Captains Grill, and the Commanders Club.
Other facilities that can be found within the confines of the resort include tennis and shuffleboard courts, a pirate ship themes kid's pool (complete with waterslides), a games room and arcade, and a gift shop.
Outside of the resort, boogie boarding and surfing are popular. In fact, Cocoa Beach is believed to the surfing capital of the East Coast. The resort provides surfboard and boogie board rental onsite.
The beaches and Atlantic Ocean offer the chance for a number of pursuits, from relaxing and sunbathing to the exhilarating water sports or breathtaking manatee watching. Swimming, kayaking, jogging, and cycling are all popular activities in the region.
Cocoa Beach Pier (formerly Cape Canaveral Pier) offers traditional seafront entertainment as well as providing the best vantage point during the citys annual surfing tournament. An estimated 100,000 spectators watch the tournament each year. Other popular events include an annual beach party, and the Space Coast Art Festival.
Visitors to the region also frequent the Alan Shepard Beachfront Park and Thousand Islands Conservation Area, as well as making the journey out to Kennedy Space Center. Ron Jons surf shop is one of the more unique tourist attractions, whilst the Cocoa Beach Aquatic Center and Pool Complex offers the opportunity to splash around. All of these are accessible from the International Palms Resort Cocoa Beach.